vezo

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin vitium. Doublet of vicio.

Noun[edit]

vezo m (plural vezos)

  1. (rare) custom, habit

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Adjective[edit]

vezo

  1. gently sloping
  2. calm

Inflection[edit]

Inflection of vezo
nominative sing. vezo
genitive sing. vezon
partitive sing. vezod
partitive plur. vezoid
singular plural
nominative vezo vezod
accusative vezon vezod
genitive vezon vezoiden
partitive vezod vezoid
essive-instructive vezon vezoin
translative vezoks vezoikš
inessive vezos vezoiš
elative vezospäi vezoišpäi
illative  ? vezoihe
adessive vezol vezoil
ablative vezolpäi vezoilpäi
allative vezole vezoile
abessive vezota vezoita
comitative vezonke vezoidenke
prolative vezodme vezoidme
approximative I vezonno vezoidenno
approximative II vezonnoks vezoidennoks
egressive vezonnopäi vezoidennopäi
terminative I  ? vezoihesai
terminative II vezolesai vezoilesai
terminative III vezossai
additive I  ? vezoihepäi
additive II vezolepäi vezoilepäi

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